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Key Derivation Functions Using the Dual Key Agreement Based on QKD and RSA Cryptosystem
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 Title & Authors
Key Derivation Functions Using the Dual Key Agreement Based on QKD and RSA Cryptosystem
Park, Hojoong; Bae, Minyoung; Kang, Ju-Sung; Yeom, Yongjin;
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 Abstract
For a secure communication system, it is necessary to use secure cryptographic algorithms and keys. Modern cryptographic system generates high entropy encryption key through standard key derivation functions. Using recent progress in quantum key distribution(QKD) based on quantum physics, it is expected that we can enhance the security of modern cryptosystem. In this respect, the study on the dual key agreement is required, which combines quantum and modern cryptography. In this paper, we propose two key derivation functions using dual key agreement based on QKD and RSA cryptographic system. Furthermore, we demonstrate several simulations that estimate entropy of derived key so as to support the design rationale of our key derivation functions.
 Keywords
Key derivation function (KDF);Quantum key distribution (QKD);RSA;Dual key agreement;Entropy;
 Language
Korean
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